At least 14 people have been killed and more than 100 injured after two terror attacks hit Spain yesterday.
Desperate families are now trying to trace missing loved ones caught up in the terror attacks.
Seven-year-old Julian Cadman, who was born in Kent but moved to Australia when he was four, is missing after becoming separated from his family.
Julian Cadman’s mother is in hospital in a serious but stable condition, according to Julian’s grandfather Tony, who posted on Facebook that Julian was missing.
Julian’s father Andrew Cadman spoke to his son just hours before the attack, and is now travelling to Spain to search for him.
The wife of 43-year-old Californian Jared Tucker, Heidi Nunes, is appealing for information about her husband after they got separated.
The couple were on holiday celebrating their first wedding anniversary.
Elke Vanbockrijck, 44, from Hungary was named as another victim. She is reported to have been on holiday with her two children and her husband.
25-year-old Luca Russo, from Italy, died while on holiday in Spain with his fiancee.
Luca was an engineering graduate from Bassano Grappa.
The first victim confirmed dead after the attack was named as Italian father-of-two Bruno Gulotta.
He was on holiday in Barcelona with his partner and their two young children, one of whom is just seven months old.
He was crushed to death by the terrorists’ van as he walked down the pavement in Las Ramblas hand-in-hand with his son.
His partner Martina managed to snatch the young boy out of the path of the van.
Francisco Lopez Rodriguez
Francisco Lopez Rodriguez was killed on Las Ramblas when the terrorist drove a van into the crowd.
The 60-year-old from Granada was earlier reported missing by his family.
13 people were killed in the attack in the centre of Barcelona’s popular Las Ramblas district when a terrorist drove a van into a group of pedestrians.
Dozens more were injured, some seriously, and the death toll is likely to rise.
Later in the evening police shot dead five jihadists in a Spanish beach resort after a second vehicle attack, which left one woman dead.
Five terrorists wearing suicide belts, which later turned out to be fake, rammed civilians with a car in a Spanish seaside town of Cambrils, 100km south of Barcelona, before being shot dead.
Officials believe the two attacks are linked to each other as well as with an explosion at a house on Wednesday evening in the town of Alcanar that left one person dead.
One person was killed in the explosion on Wednesday. Residents of the house were preparing explosives, a Catalan police source said.
More than 20 canisters of propane and butane gas were discovered at the property.
Three people, a man from Morocco and another from Spain’s north African enclave of Melilla, have been detained.
Isis has claimed responsibility for the attack in Las Ramblas.